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Rita Ora in ‘control’ of style

Published 04/04/2013

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora has "100 per cent control" over her wardrobe including the more risky looks she's sported in the past.

The singer appears as one of seven cover stars chosen for the spring/summer 13 edition of Hunger Magazine.

In the interview Rita discusses her friendship with model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne.

She says the two of them can make anything look good, even latex.

"When it comes to my look, my music and the videos I have 100 per cent control over it," Rita explained. "If I make mistakes, have a little slip, I blame myself. But the Lycra clothes and the latex that you’ve seen me in this season, Cara [Delevingne] and I discussed them, and brought them into reality."

The singer reflected on the past year, which she says has been life changing.

Rita talked about female empowerment as well as forming her bond with Cara, who she calls the "hottest chick in the world right now".

Along with Rita, the other bold and beautiful women from the world of music featured on the covers include UK star Jessie J who talks self-image and newcomer Iggy Azalea who discusses creative control.

The publication's Editor-In-Chief Rankin explained more about the "Girls, Girls, Girls" titled edition.

"I had begun to notice a pattern emerging in film and fashion, but most notably in music; where people [most obviously, young women] were taking control of their creative lives and output in a way I hadn’t seen before," he explained.

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